Office of the President - Bill #3

Posted Jan. 23, 2019, 12:15 a.m. by Fleet Admiral Adam W. (President) (Adam W.)

Bill #3

January 22, 2019

The following text, which is the entire section titled “Yearbook,” is removed from the Personnel Department edICT (PDICT) bylaw:

“Yearbook

The Personnel Department will maintain the STF Yearbook. The Yearbook is a place where any member can submit a real life photograph of themselves, and a bit of personal information about themselves. All information given is strictly voluntary, though a photograph is required for participation. Any photograph or information may be added or removed at any time by the Personnel Department for any reason. Any member may request that their photograph is added or removed for any reason. All photographs and content must adhere to the STF Terms of Service.

The Yearbook shall be maintained by the Personnel Department who shall be responsible for maintaining the outward appearance of the Yearbook, updating the yearbook with new submissions, removing inappropriate submissions and ensuring that each standing gallery folder is accurate in placing Gatherings, Current Members and Past Members.
The Personnel Department shall be responsible for providing a monthly status report for publication by the Personnel Department as a part of their own monthly Departmental update report. This will include, but is not limited to, number of submissions within the previous 30 days and status of any current efforts to increase submissions.”

This causes the section titled “Access Levels” to be immediately followed by the section titled “Statistics.”

The purpose of removing this section is that there hasn’t been any interest, aside from the occasional member requesting something be removed, in having an STF Yearbook maintained. The popularity of social media websites like Facebook has rendered the Yearbook obsolete.

Adam W.
President


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